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E-TEN Glofiish X610 and X900
Eten x610 user interface customization

SPB collaborated with E-TEN for the second time to create a great UI, based on Spb Mobile Shell, for Glofiish X610 and X900 devices

With it's experience in UI development, SPB took advantages of Glofiish X610's and X900's fast hardware when developing the interface for E-TEN.

SPB Mobile Shell is an application that improves the innate Windows Mobile user interface, making it more direct, logical, and slick. The first version of software came out in February 2007 and quickly gained recognition among end-users and media. SPB Mobile Shell fulfills the highest requirements of in-ROM software, paying a great deal of respect to criteria such as ROM, RAM, performance, battery life, and stability. Customized and improved menus of Windows Mobile devices are achieved without any damage to built-in system features or other third-party software.

SPB Mobile Shell which is preinstalled on all E-TEN Glofiish X610 and X900 devices include customized Now Screen, Spb Menu and Speed Dial panels, including all the features of standart version:

Eten x610 user interface customization
  • Now Screen
    • Date and time
    • Missed calls and unread messages
    • Phone profile
    • Next alarms and appointments, calendar
    • Battery and signal levels
  • Spb Menu
    • Convenient access to your device
    • Fast response
    • Animated transitions
    • Pinned shortcuts
    • Recently used programs
  • Speed Dial
    • Photo contacts
    • Recent calls/
    • Full screen contact dialog
    • Smart contact search




Reviews


GSMPRESS
E-TEN Glofiish X900 review

"The basic “cherry” of the communicator is the Spb Mobile Shell program environment, which allows to operate the phone with the fingers. Besides, this interface is visually much nicer than the classical Windows Mobile desktop."